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I love this art gallery they always have some contemporary show going on. Currently it is very bizarre and I wouldn't recommend taking children to see Stelarc's videos. (Fish hooks being threaded through his back is a bit confronting).
The architecture is fantastic, lovely blend of the old building with the new. Exhibitions a bit hit and miss for us. Went to see the Jane Austen inspired clothing collection, last days, really enjoyed it. The "patient" collection however was not my cup of tea.
Well located in the CBD and adjacent to the cave gardens so you can do both exhibits together. Very friendly and helpful staff. We enjoyed the exhibits and there is nothing wrong with boosting the local economy by purchasing some haighs chocolates that are for...More
The Riddoch Gallery in Mount Gambier is a remarkable piece of architecture which re-uses and extends a historical building. It's functional and beautiful. It exposes local art and the entry is free. Unfortunately the exhibition now (by a local artist) did not inspire me at...More
We popped in here when passing through the town and more focused on some of the more well known local attractions.
It is a great building and space, perhaps not quite matched by the quality of the current exhibitions - 'People Like Us' (pretty good)...More
We enjoyed the Stranded Coastlines textile exhibition. The one hour film called 'Volcanic' on the seismic history of the area was fascinating and as the receptionist said, "Well worth an hour of your life." It was worth seeing just to watch Luke McKenzie the frontman,...More